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« Reply #45 on: August 28, 2008, 11:01:06 PM »

Accessories are one of my favorite things, and forearm shivers, made for playing football on turf fields, work great in ultimate. You don't want them with any padding, because as people said, they will mess with your throws. UnderArmour makes shivers which are just skin tight sleeves with come from your wrist up above your elbow. They don't move around, and spare your elbows the scraping of laying out on dry ground. http://www.underarmour.com/shop/mens/accessories/protective-gear/football/pid8000033-HeatGear-Forearm-Shiver/8000033-600

I've never had any abrasion on my knees. Hips used to bother me, but wearing a skin tight layer beneath your jersey helps a lot. My elbows would be constantly chewed up before I found the shivers, however. Only downside is you get funny tan lines.

I'm starting to want to get those forearm shivers. The fields up here in Queensland at the moment are hard, dry and bumpy.

I've had the same two grazes on my elbows getting continuously regrazed for past couple of months.
« Reply #46 on: September 05, 2008, 09:39:40 AM »

ive found that even wearing skins (Compression) helps me with not getting any grazes on my hips, but i get alot on my elbows...well elbow really..more my right arm than my left, but i catch/D with my right hand if i have a choice...usually wear an arm band though and havent of late
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